Question about Yamaha 2011 FX Nytro XTX
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are bottoming out a lot, turn it up a notch. If it never bottoms out and is a stiff ride, turn it down a notch.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
Your going to have to keep working through the manual, it has way more info than can be typed here.
If it feels too hard and youre out of adjustment, you need to try a softer spring.
you can try anything that works for you, forks up, down, more or less sag, there is no quick simple fix and what one rider says is good may not work for another, and a different track may change things completely.
harsh front- reduce the compression damping, high speed or low speed depending on how far the forks are compressing or lighter oil, if you go too light it may try to tank slap and need a steering damper.
If you use all the travel, then the springs are close to correct, it can even bottom out a little on the biggest jumps
One step at a time and take notes of each change, including how it felt and what the track was like.. this is the way to see what works, and give you the option to easily change it back if it doesnt
Posted on May 23, 2011
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